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Hello and Welcome!
…While verifying a friend-request on facebook, the subject of Love came up. Here’s how it went…
John Levay – Hi Arlene, did you mean to send me a friend request?
Arlene Haley – Yeah. is anything wrong with that
John Levay – Not at all, just know that I am old enough to be your grandfather.
Arlene Haley – Sure I know that. I hope you know is not a crime to chat with someone grandfather
John Levay – I do and thank you. So, what’s on your mind today?
Arlene Haley – U’re welcome. Nothing much tho I want to be loved I hope you understand that
John Levay – You are loved most by the creator of our consciousness, Jesus Christ.
Arlene Haley – Okay I’ve heard that so any times
John Levay – Human body is from your parents and your consciousness is from Jesus Christ, transcending the life of your human body.
Arlene Haley – Are you a Pastor?
John Levay – No, I am a life to death and back survivor.
Arlene Haley – Good, So what role do you play in church
Arlene Haley – Because you are trying to remind me of my Dad
John Levay – Although I’m not a pastor, and don’t have a role in church, I do have a message from God that comes from my momentary death, and that message is to tell people about the Seven Holy Spirits of God.
Arlene Haley – Okay interesting. I would love to hear
John Levay – Church goers hear about God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit … but rarely hear about the Seven Spirits of God, and the Holy Spirit is one of those Seven, which include: (1) Knowledge, (2) Understanding, (3) Wisdom, (4) Jesus Christ, (5) Counsel, (6) Might, and (7) Fear
John Levay – The Bible consists of two main parts, the Old Testament, and the New Testament. Old was written “before” Jesus lived on earth and New was written “after.” There are 39 books in the Old and 27 books in the New, totaling 66 books in the Bible. Throughout all 66 books, the Seven Holy Spirits of God are only mentioned 5 times, and those 5 mentions are only in the Old Testament. Even more surprising, those 5 mentions are only found in 2 of the 39 books of the Old Testament. So far as the 27 books in the New testament, there is not one mention of God’s Seven Holy Spirits throughout all of the New Testament – not even one! Yet, the Seven Holy Spirits have a permanent residence right at the front of God’s Throne.
John Levay – So, I kind of get the point Jesus and my grandfather George were making when I was with them between my death and cardiopulmonary resuscitation … and was told “If you go back to life you should tell people about the Seven Holy Spirits and how important they are to God, because people on earth know very little about them.”
Arlene Haley – I believe that’s reason Christian don’t know more about this. Because it’s barely written in testament
John Levay – Right!
Arlene Haley – Wow I’m so happy to meet someone like you anyway
John Levay – and when I asked a Pastor in a church if they talk about the Seven Spirits of God … he said “No, because people have a hard enough time understanding the Holy Trinity of God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit … let alone all Seven of God’s Spirits.”
John Levay – This indicates to me that Pastors are not being trained to teach and preach about them. All these reasons combined is probably why I was asked to deliver this message, when I temporarily visited Heaven.
Arlene Haley – Yeah I’m blessed indeed to hear this from you.
Amen my friend, thank you, and may God bless you and your family always.
George’s Messenger for God’s Seven Holy Spirits, and Founder of There You Are Jesus